The Tube & Pipe Journal®

June 2001

TPJ - The Tube & Pipe Journal® became the first magazine dedicated to serving the metal tube and pipe industry in 1990. Today, it remains the only North American publication devoted to this industry and it has become the most trusted source of information for tube and pipe professionals. Subscriptions are free to qualified tube and pipe professionals in North America.


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Selected articles from the June 2001 issue available online:

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Save money when ordering bends

November 21, 2002

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Bending tube and pipe has become increasingly popular throughout the metal fabrication industry. Bending inherently saves money over other fabrication methods, such as the cutting and welding of standard fittings or the use of cast elbows. However, fabricators can reduce costs further by following simple procedures while designing or ordering bends.

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Proper guarding protects workers: Six steps to focusing on your employees' needs

July 12, 2001

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When people think of machine guarding, usually they think of devices to protect people from the moving parts on machinery.

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Hydroforming on a budget

July 12, 2001

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You can use several strategies for starting a hydroforming operation on a limited budget. Review your alternatives for selecting a press, fluid intensification system, and developing the tooling necessary for your operation before you take the plunge.

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